OUR APPROACH

Here's how coaching can benefit you and your organisation


Overall return on investment – 86%

Source: ICF Global Coaching Client Study was commissioned by the ICF but conducted independently by PricewaterhouseCoopers (2016)

Coaching results in more positive people
IMPROVED SELF-CONFIDENCE – 83%
IMPROVED RELATIONSHIPS – 73%
IMPROVED COMMUNICATION SKILLS – 72%
IMPROVED WORK-LIFE BALANCE – 67%
Coaching results in increased productivity
IMPROVED WORK PERFORMANCE – 70%
IMPROVED BUSINESS MANAGEMENT – 61%
IMPROVED TIME MANAGEMENT – 57%
IMPROVED TEAM EFFECTIVENESS – 51%

Helping you achieve results


Three Dimensions of Learning
(Illeris, 2007)

A practitioner of Appreciative Coaching®, we integrate these concepts into our coaching practice:

  • Three Dimensions of Learning (Illeris, 2007)
  • Biographicity (Alheit, 1999)
  • Four Modes of Recontextualisation (Evans, K. Guile D. and Harris, J, 2011)
  • Theory of Possible Selves (Markus & Nurius, 1986)
  • Design Thinking (Ideo)
  • Ethnography, Semiotics and Mindfulness

These forward-thinking approaches enable us to adopt multiple perspectives, and steer clients to consider potential blind spots.

Developed by Jacqueline Binkert, PhD and Ann L. Clancy, PhD, the Appreciative Coaching® framework offers solutions to help retain high potentials from going elsewhere, to inspire strong contributors to peak performance, and to ensure a fail proof succession strategy.

Appreciative Coaching®, rather than wasting precious time and effort on trying to fix leadership deficits, limitations or problems, instead puts attention on generating the desired results. This means exploring the existing and hidden strengths of your executives and leaders and building their leadership capacity for the success of your business. We ensure our partnership with you is:

  • Relevant to your business
  • Focused on the outcomes  that matter
  • Producing lasting results 

Appreciative Coaching Model
(Orem,S., Binkert, J.. and Clancy, A.L., 2007)

 

To continue the idea of a journey, imagine the different milestones as places to dwell or rest for a while.

During the journey, activities may be returned to or combined.

We periodically encounter clients who have initially agreed on specific topics to work on, then need to revise that when you encounter a more important topic or issue. It is perfectly acceptable to re-visit previous milestones. 

Coaching Skills
Good coaches draw on a variety of skills to work with our clients. In theory, anyone should be able to coach. In practice, some people are better suited to coaching their others, primarily because of our natural traits, attitudes and motivations. Look out for our experienced coaches with deep skills in building rapport, using different levels of listening, intuition, asking questions, and giving supportive feedback.

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